FSL has announced the registration process for the sixth season of its FSL Open league, featuring the same US$5,000 prize pool spread across the top eight.
The open qualification process will kick off on August 16, with teams and individuals from the Asian region, except for Japan, Korea, and China eligible to sign up for the league.
The qualifying process will begin with a group stage leading to playoffs. The group stage will feature registered teams in a single-elimination bracket, best-of-one (BO1) format, with the top two teams from each group advancing to playoffs.
Teams will earn FSL VALORANT Circuit points from final placement for qualification of FSL Elite; a tournament in October where eight of the top teams in the region will play for a prize pool of US$25,000. The winner of FSL Elite will be crowned as the first VCT Game Changers Southeast Asia Champion.
VCT Game Changers SEA: FSL Open VI will span one week from August 16-18 for the group stage, and August 25-29 for the playoffs. A total of US$5,000 will be up for grabs, with the playoffs being held in a double-elimination bracket and best-of-three (BO3) format except for the grand final, which will be played in a best-of-five (BO5) match.
Registration for VCT Game Changers SEA: FSL Open VI will remain open until August 12, 23.59 PM SGT (UTC+8). Details on the registration process and rules of the tournament may be found below:
- 🖊️ Registration (Team)
- 🖊️ Registration (Individual)
- 📗 Rules and Regulations
- 📕 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- 🌎 FSL FPS Facebook
Alter Ego Celeste capped off their undefeated run from the inaugural edition of the Open competition, winning their fifth title with a dominant 3-0 win over Galaxy Racer Female in the grand final of VCT Game Changers SEA: FSL Open V. It took Alter Ego Celeste just under two hours to beat Galaxy Racer Female and with the FSL Open V title, their sixth consecutive victory on the VCT Game Changers circuit this year.